Evident Ultrasonic Inspection Equipment
Quality Assurance Inspector NDT - RT/PT A/B/C
NDT.org Job Number: 79168 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Phone: 561-882-5164
Company: Aerojet Rocketdyne, An L3Harris Technologies Company
State: FL Florida
Country: United States
Length: Permanent
Pay: $32.62/hr- $47.19/hr
The Aerojet Rocketdyne Segment of L3Harris Technologies is currently seeking an NDT Quality Assurance Inspector A/B/C to join our operations team at our Jupiter, FL location. This position requires non-destructive testing techniques and methods to ensure propulsion components meet quality control standards. We currently have both 1st shift and 2nd shift available.

Position level will be filled based on education and experience of identified candidate.

Essential Functions:

-Working with planning, engineering and supporting departments, provide technical guidance to interpret and implement nondestructive test requirements of developmental and production programs. Plan, coordinate and perform setups and inspections. Coordinate the training activities of other inspectors. Maintain appropriate Level II/III certification including required reliability demonstrations.

-Review and check complex procedures, drawings, work instructions and specifications to detect errors and interface with planning and/or engineering to recommend changes or revisions to improve efficiencies and methods. Identify nondestructive equipment design improvements. Work from written and verbal instructions, drawings, quality assurance data sheets, inspection methods and standards, nondestructive test specifications, general operating method and instructions from nondestructive test engineer to plan, setup, calibrate and perform capability checks and inspections on complex hardware. Use various precision measurement and optical equipment as required to determine acceptability and/or to describe defect size and location.

-Clean and otherwise process parts for NDT inspection processes. Select or devise appropriate holding devices and make recommendations for the modification of fixtures and tools to accommodate new, unusual, or irregularly shaped parts.

-Prepare detailed reports for inspections performed showing defect(s) revealed by the test as applicable. For all tests, accept or reject material based on interpretation of applicable standards. Fill out quality review orders or inspection discrepancy and correction records and mark parts, scope, or chart to show indications of defects revealed and to process unacceptable parts per procedures. Determine root cause(s) and work with others to establish effective corrective action to resolve. Responsible for entering pertinent information into all computer systems using the Point of Origin Material Review Board Procedures to ensure historical information is properly maintained. Complete and stamp all required documentation to acknowledge accepted/rejected hardware.

-Clean parts requiring minor cleaning after inspection using conventional means.

-Ensure the movement of parts is tracked through applicable systems and carry small parts to their next location or contact inside transportation for the movement of large parts.

-Assure equipment is maintained properly, that supply inventories are adequate and notify Procurement to initiate purchase orders when required.

-Perform over-inspections and audits as required to ensure flow of material through manufacturing process.

-Comply with environmental health and safety regulations and program requirements to ensure safe working conditions and to preserve a healthy environment.

-Perform other related work of a comparable or lower skill level as required.
Skills:
Required Qualifications:

-Requires a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.

-Requires completion of a 2-3 Technical Certification or Trade School or equivalent.

-NAS410 Level II Certification in RT (Radiographic Testing - film or digital). PT (Penetrant Testing) is certification is a plus.

-Requires well rounded knowledge of nondestructive test practices, procedures, and applications, and dimensional inspection methods.

-Requires ability to make applicable calculations according to established formulas and work from specifications and inspection standards and methods sheets.

-Requires basic knowledge of alloy type and material defect characteristics.

-Requires basic computer skills and the ability to navigate through manufacturing and quality systems.

-Experience and additional certification requirements will depend on the level filled.

Preferred Qualifications:

-NDT inspection experience on hardware with brazing, casting, welding, forging material conditions.

-Prior experience in the Aerospace industry is a plus.

-Level III Certification in digital radiography
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